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Posted on Sat, Apr 29, 2017 07:55 PM

Dad! these candies have expired..my son yelled from the pantry.

Really, since when sugar candies has an expiration date?..In reality they do. The box had an expiration date of 4/18/2017..

Everything nature creates has an expiration date. Everything men made has an expiration date. Even stars will go super nova after sometime and will turn into black holes. Galaxies are on a collision course and they will be destroyed eventually (in millions of years).

A scientific mind will argue and will say, "Well nothing expires, it simply changes its form", from matter to energy or vise versa.

So the question remains;

1. Why do we claim unconditional Love never dies?. Yes I know its a feeling but we tend to measure it by saying tell me how much you love me "or" we claim you no longer love me.

2. Why we love people who passed away may be 2 years ago to thousands of years ago, in the name of love and religion? etc.. 
3. And lastly, why God (No particular religion used here) has no expiration date?

Your thoughts?


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Posted on Fri, May 19, 2017 04:32 AM

Quoting NiceEyes:

HI Funtimes, appreciate your view point and we just see it on different planes,  we can discuss and speak till we are both blue in the face trying to convince one another of our beliefs and faith in them, at the end of day, we both have to wait and see, that eventually well only come about if there is a Divine Origin looking over each and everyone of us in the first place and when it is due time whether that Divine Power well intercede and bring about change you speak of to create such a harmony that was originally intended for humans.

 

With respect to a couple of your questions from my own humble point of view, you said it yourself the only thing in our known Universe that is not in harmony that we know of is the human race, funny that considering if Adam and Eve had a relationship with such a Creator and now human kind has lost that connection due to Adam and Eve also losing that connection, it could explain why the Universal Creator has allowed an permitted all you speak of to occur down through the ages and generations providing  humans with a reason why the world is in such a mess,  that we cannot govern ourselves, we as human-beings need a Divine presence in order to unite in harmonic peaceful conditions, as you just shared yourself the rest of the Universe is in harmony because it has a relationship with its Creator.

 

If the Creator was to intervene in the state of humankind to early, humans might have said and still say to this day you never gave us enough time to see if we can actually rule ourselves without your interference in our affairs, so we possibly have been granted a certain amount of time until the Creator saids well time for me now to intercede on behalf of my creation before they completely and utterly destroy themselves as they cry peace an security but they always fail miserably at bringing it about.

 

 

Lastly you answered your own question, is it not funny peculiar that all the so called man made Gods have fallen by the wayside and even to this day they continue to know longer have a place to reside in the minds of many, it stands to reason if something of human man made origin has its day and then vanishes without trace, then it was never in the first place of Divine origin hence it well not remain, but if something is truly of Deity then it well continue to exist in the minds and hearts of those that have that faith and belief , hence why some still believe in a Divine Universal Power watching over us and why some don’t, it is what it is and nothing well change those feelings in either one of us, we just have to agree to disagree, as you shared humans are divided and no longer in harmonic presence so it is natural we have fallen out of place with natural order of the rest of the known Universe.


First of all I have no desire to convince or change anyone simply expressing point of view and arguning intelligently.

How can you prove that there was an Adam and Eve? There is no way you can.

The concept of Adam and eve is only 1500+ years old. What about some of the oldest believes on the planet earth such as the one we know "The Rig Veda". So are we saying all those people in ancient times were just bunch of lunatics and 1500 years ago we finally got the intelligence around Adam and Eve and how humanity begun? :)

God is supposed to be smarter than us, God knows the future as well. If God knows the future as well, why would he create Adam and Eve to begin with knowing what will happen next? This defies all common sense altogether, while on the other hand if same God created the Universe and kept everything in harmony where he went wrong in creating humans? It makes absolutely no sense that a God would make such a mistake.

Your argument about why other Gods were man made that’s why they all fall apart than answer this, all Abrahamic religion followers have been killing each other for the last 1500+ years in the name of God and apparently all believing in same Adam and Eve, hell and heaven etc. What went wrong here? I know now you are going to blame the Humans which again goes back to my initial point why God started all this mess to begin with?

Also to note, prior to Abrahamic based religions, the ancestors were also killing each other int he name of their Gods. So killing int he name of God is for Univresal doesn't seem to have an expiration date.. Haha :) Now that I find funny for sure.

To remain fair, even non believers have been killing each other in the name of not believing in anything  :)))

You are strictly speaking from one single (Abrahamic) believe system which I can respect that, but the question I posted is, 


"3. And lastly, why God (No particular religion used here) has no expiration date?"

I am seeking a discussion around the concept of Why God has no expiration date not based on one believe system but something Universal.



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Posted on Thu, May 18, 2017 08:00 PM

Quoting funtimes0007:

@Niceeyes - I understand your point of view and what you explained is also a global justification of why God doesn't have an expiration date by many, but the explanation and the evidence raises serious arguments between different school of thoughts.

 

I have a different take on this subject. if God as you have described does exist, first of all he would have not created humans because everything else in the Universe appears to be in almost perfect (Quite and violent simultaneously) harmony except us.

 

And the main question that no one has even attempted to answer is if God doesn't have an expiration date than:

 

1. What happened to all the ancient Gods? It appears they all expired.

2. One may counter argue my above statement will say, well there was always only one God, over time people gave him a different name. Ok fine, but for example in Hindu faith there are multiple Gods which defies the logic and the meaning of God.

3. A true God that has no beginning and the end would have never allowed humans in particular to practice so many Gods over millions of years, It simply kills The Whole definition of God altogether.

 

In my humble option we invented the concept of God for few simple reasons;

 

a) To categorize the unknown which we are unable to explain with facts or science.

b) God does have an expiration date else's humanity over millions years would not have practiced so many Gods that are known to mankind. A number of faiths on the planet disappeared over time so does their God.

c) Tne idea of A God has fascinated human brain from our beginning because as we encounter new things, it's easier to give credit to something that only exists in our conscience.



HI Funtimes, appreciate your view point and we just see it on different planes,  we can discuss and speak till we are both blue in the face trying to convince one another of our beliefs and faith in them, at the end of day, we both have to wait and see, that eventually well only come about if there is a Divine Origin looking over each and everyone of us in the first place and when it is due time whether that Divine Power well intercede and bring about change you speak of to create such a harmony that was originally intended for humans.

 

With respect to a couple of your questions from my own humble point of view, you said it yourself the only thing in our known Universe that is not in harmony that we know of is the human race, funny that considering if Adam and Eve had a relationship with such a Creator and now human kind has lost that connection due to Adam and Eve also losing that connection, it could explain why the Universal Creator has allowed an permitted all you speak of to occur down through the ages and generations providing  humans with a reason why the world is in such a mess,  that we cannot govern ourselves, we as human-beings need a Divine presence in order to unite in harmonic peaceful conditions, as you just shared yourself the rest of the Universe is in harmony because it has a relationship with its Creator.

 

If the Creator was to intervene in the state of humankind to early, humans might have said and still say to this day you never gave us enough time to see if we can actually rule ourselves without your interference in our affairs, so we possibly have been granted a certain amount of time until the Creator saids well time for me now to intercede on behalf of my creation before they completely and utterly destroy themselves as they cry peace an security but they always fail miserably at bringing it about.

 

 

Lastly you answered your own question, is it not funny peculiar that all the so called man made Gods have fallen by the wayside and even to this day they continue to know longer have a place to reside in the minds of many, it stands to reason if something of human man made origin has its day and then vanishes without trace, then it was never in the first place of Divine origin hence it well not remain, but if something is truly of Deity then it well continue to exist in the minds and hearts of those that have that faith and belief , hence why some still believe in a Divine Universal Power watching over us and why some don’t, it is what it is and nothing well change those feelings in either one of us, we just have to agree to disagree, as you shared humans are divided and no longer in harmonic presence so it is natural we have fallen out of place with natural order of the rest of the known Universe.



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Posted on Thu, May 11, 2017 12:15 PM

Quoting NiceEyes:

That is logical Funtimes0007  It is based upon pure Faith only, if one believes in a Universal Sovereignty that exists outside of natural phenomena, it is easy to accept and understand that God is the Creation of all things, that means formed all things in existence, so all things created can expire, but the very source that Created them does not expire for there was no beginning nor can have an ending,  because creation was brought about by that existence before Creation existed,  so the Creator is beyond all natural elements whether that be time, space, energy or matter, hence as you shared those elements can indeed expire, so God must be self existent, equally will and purpose in order to bring about the event in the first instance is beyond our imperfect comprehension, so it based purely on ones faith to believe in something by which we know as normality in a Universe governed by natural laws in existence for us to actually exist in the first place. 

 

 

 



@Niceeyes - I understand your point of view and what you explained is also a global justification of why God doesn't have an expiration date by many, but the explanation and the evidence raises serious arguments between different school of thoughts.

 

I have a different take on this subject. if God as you have described does exist, first of all he would have not created humans because everything else in the Universe appears to be in almost perfect (Quite and violent simultaneously) harmony except us.

 

And the main question that no one has even attempted to answer is if God doesn't have an expiration date than:

 

1. What happened to all the ancient Gods? It appears they all expired.

2. One may counter argue my above statement will say, well there was always only one God, over time people gave him a different name. Ok fine, but for example in Hindu faith there are multiple Gods which defies the logic and the meaning of God.

3. A true God that has no beginning and the end would have never allowed humans in particular to practice so many Gods over millions of years, It simply kills The Whole definition of God altogether.

 

In my humble option we invented the concept of God for few simple reasons;

 

a) To categorize the unknown which we are unable to explain with facts or science.

b) God does have an expiration date else's humanity over millions years would not have practiced so many Gods that are known to mankind. A number of faiths on the planet disappeared over time so does their God.

c) Tne idea of A God has fascinated human brain from our beginning because as we encounter new things, it's easier to give credit to something that only exists in our conscience.



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Posted on Thu, May 11, 2017 04:19 AM

Quoting rmac22:

I have seen both men and women put up with a boatload of crap from their spouses and stay married.  If asked why they say, "Because I love him (her)." They may add, "Ï know I shouldn't, but I do."  Not sure that fits most folks idea of unconditional love.  Most of us think of something nicer.  

 

 

Babies, in most cases, get unconditional love.  Some parents may be incapable of it, but most are up to it.  They do all the stuff necessary.  Good thing, the baby would not thrive otherwise.  



@Rmac- Finally an honest answer. People stay in relationships and marriages not only for love but many many other reasons. I guess it comes down to the devil you know or the devil you don't know. Finance also plays a very important role. So this boat load of unconditional crap in my humble opinion is ones way of justifying their mistake :) lol

 

Yes babies do get unconditional love. I guess the reason is that they are only on the receiving end don't need to reciprocate :)



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Posted on Tue, May 09, 2017 08:02 PM

Quoting funtimes0007:

I am still interested in hearing from others why God doesn't have an expiration date?



That is logical Funtimes0007  It is based upon pure Faith only, if one believes in a Universal Sovereignty that exists outside of natural phenomena, it is easy to accept and understand that God is the Creation of all things, that means formed all things in existence, so all things created can expire, but the very source that Created them does not expire for there was no beginning nor can have an ending,  because creation was brought about by that existence before Creation existed,  so the Creator is beyond all natural elements whether that be time, space, energy or matter, hence as you shared those elements can indeed expire, so God must be self existent, equally will and purpose in order to bring about the event in the first instance is beyond our imperfect comprehension, so it based purely on ones faith to believe in something by which we know as normality in a Universe governed by natural laws in existence for us to actually exist in the first place. 

 

 

 



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Posted on Mon, May 08, 2017 09:44 AM

I have seen both men and women put up with a boatload of crap from their spouses and stay married.  If asked why they say, "Because I love him (her)." They may add, "Ï know I shouldn't, but I do."  Not sure that fits most folks idea of unconditional love.  Most of us think of something nicer.  

 

 

Babies, in most cases, get unconditional love.  Some parents may be incapable of it, but most are up to it.  They do all the stuff necessary.  Good thing, the baby would not thrive otherwise.  



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Posted on Mon, May 08, 2017 02:16 AM

I am still interested in hearing from others why God doesn't have an expiration date?



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Posted on Mon, May 08, 2017 12:43 AM

The conclusion so far is that imagination, and the power of dreaming of something (which may or may not exist) that no one has ever dreamt about is priceless and it is not bound by any time and limits imposed by our brains, including limitations imposed by others.

The quest to find the truth at the end has no expiration date and this will always remain our final destiny as a whole till eternity.


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Posted on Fri, May 05, 2017 12:54 AM

Quoting AnnStacy:

@ Funtimes 

 

Unconditional love ---- of course exists if some of us already experienced it. The only thing which I can't answer it's how every individual/character it's going to handle with when/or if  it comes to expiration....

P.S. For sure come from a thought , one with no limits :) because we want to achieve the perfect in one way or other :). ( to find the absolute, the supreme etc- human being)


@AnnStacy - don't mean be tough, but conrtacdicting statements within one sentence. If something exists everyone experience it such as air, gravity, food, water etc. So its indvidualistic based believe not a concerete thing that exist. a.k.a un-conditional love. Did I miss your point?

So you do acknowledge un-conditional does expire. Ok

I think you hit on the nail by saying humans in general fight to achieve absolute truth. If we take away that factor, humanity will vanish altogether.

What about hope?



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Posted on Thu, May 04, 2017 03:09 PM

@ Funtimes 

 

Unconditional love ---- of course exists if some of us already experienced it. The only thing which I can't answer it's how every individual/character it's going to handle with when/or if  it comes to expiration....

P.S. For sure come from a thought , one with no limits :) because we want to achieve the perfect in one way or other :). ( to find the absolute, the supreme etc- human being)



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Posted on Thu, May 04, 2017 03:01 PM

Quoting AnnStacy:

hmm my thoughts....

 

We are energy. Energy is constantly changing, moving, growing. Energy vibrates at different speeds. The denser the energy the slower the vibration. Everything is created from a THOUGHT. Whatever we think we create. We can create a form from what we are thinking. (I don't want to talk about the illusions of our thoughts, I guess you can catch my idea). Neither the God nor the Devil has power unless we create a position of power for them. Religion has developed into a system over the years that keep us dependent on the idea of a benevolent God. The only reason we need this supernatural Force to believe in is because we seem to cherish something to believe in bigger than ourselves. There is nobody then you and me. There is no master plan for divine alignment or intervention. We can experience both Heaven and Hell while we are on Earth. There is a higher power and that power is in my thoughts the Balance in the Universe. 


If I understand you correctly, you meant to say we exist in the form of matter and we radiate energy all the time? We can't be in energy form only else we would not be able to see each other. But I do catch your point.

"Everything created from a thought" - Let me give you some food for thought (No pun intended). Did Eisenstein really created the equation E= MC2. The answer is NO. Why because the equation E=MC2 was there already. He just found it... :)) Interesting new way of looking at things right? I think you meant the same above but you phrased it backwards, but I get you.

What above statement means that everything that we thought about does it already exist? It comes down to matter of time for one to find it. However, somethings as absurd as that 2 elephants can sit in front of a car and 2 on the back seat of a car, in reality can never happen. However, we did think about it. rofl :)

So if we apply the above thought process towards the existence of God. Did we created God, or God already exist and we are simply looking to find it...lol Mind boggling isn't it... :)) Just because one thought about he could exist, but just because one thought about it doesn't mean it does exist.

Same goes for un-conditional love. Does it exist or not? Does it have an expiration date? By above definition it does exist because we thought about it, but interestingly we can't find it. Hence, the hope part kicks in :) As far as expiration date goes, same challenge, one may think it does have an expiration date and one doesn't.

Is hope the real culprit behind everything? Who created hope? May be someone simply thought about it...LOL



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Posted on Thu, May 04, 2017 07:13 AM

Quoting funtimes0007:

@AnnStacy - So you do acknowledge that un-conditional love can expire and it depends on the character of the giver, therefore it has "or" can have an expiration date and there are no absolute guarantees?

Hmmm.."Regisseur" indeed but nothing comes out of nothing so regisseur has to have an expiration date. Although there are new theories on the topics such as "Universe out of nothing". I have studied such concepts, and I kind of sit on the fence on these theories. Some parts make sense and some don't at all. off course, such theories eliminate the existence of God all together.

I used the word "God" in its more generic meaning and not associated it with any particular religion. 

The definition of God as described in all manuscripts available to mankind, at least I do not draw the conclusion that God's love for mankind is unconditional. It is purely based on certain conditions (reward system) one must obey else _____ (fill in the blanks) is the final outcome.

Your thoughts?


hmm my thoughts....

 

We are energy. Energy is constantly changing, moving, growing. Energy vibrates at different speeds. The denser the energy the slower the vibration. Everything is created from a THOUGHT. Whatever we think we create. We can create a form from what we are thinking. (I don't want to talk about the illusions of our thoughts, I guess you can catch my idea). Neither the God nor the Devil has power unless we create a position of power for them. Religion has developed into a system over the years that keep us dependent on the idea of a benevolent God. The only reason we need this supernatural Force to believe in is because we seem to cherish something to believe in bigger than ourselves. There is nobody then you and me. There is no master plan for divine alignment or intervention. We can experience both Heaven and Hell while we are on Earth. There is a higher power and that power is in my thoughts the Balance in the Universe. 



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Posted on Wed, May 03, 2017 08:06 PM

Quoting Yamayelunt:

God does not expire because it is "hope", the inner desire for continuity .... When a person believes in God (I do not mean any particular religion, it is in general) is manifesting his hope to continue. To exist beyond what you know. This is on a global level, because at the individual level God does expire for some people.

 

Unconditional love would be talking about an absolute surrender, not expect anything in return ... what reason has to die?

 

When someone dies, he leaves his mark, and curiously with the passage of time, the evil vanishes and the good is strengthened in the memory ... perhaps that is why we never forget who we love.


@Yamayelunt: - Great response and I will raise few more questions for you later below. 

But before I do that, I still laugh what you said in one of your blogs about couples, "C
ouples are like yogurts, they have an expiration date, what happens is that sometimes you eat them expired. LOL" I still laugh just remembering your comment. Very funny indeed :)

"God does not expire because it is "hope", the inner desire for continuity." I agree with you and so to be clear, you are implying that we created God and its a survival skill for humans who have acquired consciense (perhaps accident by nature) compare to all other living things who are not as self-aware as compared to humans? Is that a safe assumption on my part what you meant above?

To defend my own argument, if I was God I would not have allowed 100+ other Gods to be existed and believed by humans on this planet earth. As God is supposed to be one and only.

"Unconditional love would be talking about an absolute surrender, not expect anything in return ... what reason has to die?"


For clarification, the word die (passed away) and unconditional love was used together for people loving prohpets who are long gone.

Un-conditional love is one sided by your definition. This means the odds of two people giving each other un-conditional love are as bad as winning a lottery. If that is the case, why 90+% profiles on this site and many other dating web sites looking for such odds? Perhaps it is driven by the same inner "hope" as you described above when it comes to existence of God although deep down we know its not real?

Your last comment is tough one to understand, "When someone dies, he leaves his mark, and curiously with the passage of time, the evil vanishes and the good is strengthened in the memory ... perhaps that is why we never forget who we love."

Hitler was loved by most Germans at his time, although he was considered an evil by the rest of the world. After he was gone, only evil is remembered (except a handful of people who still love him). How the above statement would fit into this example?



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Posted on Wed, May 03, 2017 03:32 PM

Quoting funtimes0007:

Dad! these candies have expired..my son yelled at me.

Really, since when sugar candies has an expiration date?..In reality they do. The box had an expiration date of 4/18/2017..

Everything nature creates has an expiration date. Everything men made has an expiration date. Even stars will go super nova after sometime and will turn into black holes. Galaxies are on a collision course and they will be destroyed eventually (in millions of years).

A scientific mind will argue and will say, "Well nothing expires, it simply changes its form", from matter to energy or vise versa.

So the question remains;

1. Why do we claim unconditional Love never dies?. Yes I know its a feeling but we tend to measure it by saying tell me how much you love me "or" we claim you no longer love me.

2. Why we love people who passed away may be 2 years ago to thousands of years ago, in the name of love and religion?
3. And lastly, why God (No particular religion used here) has no expiration date?

Your thoughts?



God does not expire because it is "hope", the inner desire for continuity .... When a person believes in God (I do not mean any particular religion, it is in general) is manifesting his hope to continue. To exist beyond what you know. This is on a global level, because at the individual level God does expire for some people.

 

Unconditional love would be talking about an absolute surrender, not expect anything in return ... what reason has to die?

 

When someone dies, he leaves his mark, and curiously with the passage of time, the evil vanishes and the good is strengthened in the memory ... perhaps that is why we never forget who we love.



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Posted on Mon, May 01, 2017 09:05 PM

Quoting AnnStacy:

@ Funtimes

 

First of all it's not my theory , its somethings I read and believe in it because I experienced it ^^ . If it expire or not depends on the character of the giver. Talking about religion and God it's like talking about politics on the first meet :)) Not one of my favourite subjects although I have read more then 10k books about this. " [...], why he put an expiration date on everything except himself , including us.." --- because we are the actors and he is the regisseur (metaphoric idea). 

 

P.S. If the love God feel for us is unconditional why "Hell" still exists? This unconditional love from his side it's just something that the church wanted to make us believe in it. It's a long subject full of contradictions on both sides ....(believer -non believer)

 


@AnnStacy - So you do acknowledge that un-conditional love can expire and it depends on the character of the giver, therefore it has "or" can have an expiration date and there are no absolute guarantees?

Hmmm.."Regisseur" indeed but nothing comes out of nothing so regisseur has to have an expiration date. Although there are new theories on the topics such as "Universe out of nothing". I have studied such concepts, and I kind of sit on the fence on these theories. Some parts make sense and some don't at all. off course, such theories eliminate the existence of God all together.

I used the word "God" in its more generic meaning and not associated it with any particular religion. 

The definition of God as described in all manuscripts available to mankind, at least I do not draw the conclusion that God's love for mankind is unconditional. It is purely based on certain conditions (reward system) one must obey else _____ (fill in the blanks) is the final outcome.

Your thoughts?



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Posted on Mon, May 01, 2017 03:10 AM

Quoting funtimes0007:

@AnnStacy - So in other words you are saying unconditional love is only one sided and other party doesn't need to reciprocrate, and it never expires?

If my above statement is what you meant, how would that apply towards religion? When it comes to loving God, it says its a two way street, however we all know one party may bail out from loving the other because unconditoonal love is one way street. hence, it will expire at some point.

Interentingly, God will also burn you in hell so its not unconditional love from his side based on the theory you provided.


Lastly, would you like to answer the last question as well, why God doesn't have an expiration date? (Not the love part). if God created everyhting, why he put an expiration date on everything except himself, including on us..


@ Funtimes

 

First of all it's not my theory , its somethings I read and believe in it because I experienced it ^^ . If it expire or not depends on the character of the giver. Talking about religion and God it's like talking about politics on the first meet :)) Not one of my favourite subjects although I have read more then 10k books about this. " [...], why he put an expiration date on everything except himself , including us.." --- because we are the actors and he is the regisseur (metaphoric idea). 

 

P.S. If the love God feel for us is unconditional why "Hell" still exists? This unconditional love from his side it's just something that the church wanted to make us believe in it. It's a long subject full of contradictions on both sides ....(believer -non believer)

 



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Posted on Sun, Apr 30, 2017 11:20 AM

Quoting AnnStacy:

Unconditional love is when you love someone not for certain aspects of them that can change, but you love them for their innermost essence… their soul even, if you will. Unconditional love is when you still love someone no matter how much they change, no matter how ugly they become, and no matter how many stupid things they do or how much they may hurt you. Unconditional love is something that perseveres even when it may hurt you or when it seems to go completely against your own best interests. So, yeah, it’s not for the faint of heart. It takes true courage to love even just one person unconditionally, and that’s something NOT a lot of people have.

So, most people in relationships don’t really love each other. They might think they do, but for the most part they’re just infatuated or lonely. Most relationships are based on someone’s needs. They either need “someone to be with” or they need someone to have sex with or something. There’s always some kind of an outcome that they want… the love isn’t its own reward.

True unconditional love doesn’t need a relationship to thrive, and it doesn’t need any kind of outcome whatsoever. Just to be able to experience unconditional love is its own reward....


@AnnStacy - So in other words you are saying unconditional love is only one sided and other party doesn't need to reciprocrate, and it never expires?

If my above statement is what you meant, how would that apply towards religion? When it comes to loving God, it says its a two way street, however we all know one party may bail out from loving the other because unconditoonal love is one way street. hence, it will expire at some point.

Interentingly, God will also burn you in hell so its not unconditional love from his side based on the theory you provided.


Lastly, would you like to answer the last question as well, why God doesn't have an expiration date? (Not the love part). if God created everyhting, why he put an expiration date on everything except himself, including on us..



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Posted on Sun, Apr 30, 2017 12:02 AM

Quoting funtimes0007:

Dad! these candies have expired..my son yelled at me.

Really, since when sugar candies has an expiration date?..In reality they do. The box had an expiration date of 4/18/2017..

Everything nature creates has an expiration date. Everything men made has an expiration date. Even stars will go super nova after sometime and will turn into black holes. Galaxies are on a collision course and they will be destroyed eventually (in millions of years).

A scientific mind will argue and will say, "Well nothing expires, it simply changes its form", from matter to energy or vise versa.

So the question remains;

1. Why do we claim unconditional Love never dies?. Yes I know its a feeling but we tend to measure it by saying tell me how much you love me or say you no longer love me.

2. Why we love people who passed away may be 2 years ago to thousands of years ago, in the name of love and religion?
3. And lastly, why God has no expiration date?

Your thoughts?



Unconditional love is when you love someone not for certain aspects of them that can change, but you love them for their innermost essence… their soul even, if you will. Unconditional love is when you still love someone no matter how much they change, no matter how ugly they become, and no matter how many stupid things they do or how much they may hurt you. Unconditional love is something that perseveres even when it may hurt you or when it seems to go completely against your own best interests. So, yeah, it’s not for the faint of heart. It takes true courage to love even just one person unconditionally, and that’s something NOT a lot of people have.

So, most people in relationships don’t really love each other. They might think they do, but for the most part they’re just infatuated or lonely. Most relationships are based on someone’s needs. They either need “someone to be with” or they need someone to have sex with or something. There’s always some kind of an outcome that they want… the love isn’t its own reward.

True unconditional love doesn’t need a relationship to thrive, and it doesn’t need any kind of outcome whatsoever. Just to be able to experience unconditional love is its own reward....



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